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10-Years Later, ‘The Collection’ Still Rips

Making a good horror sequel is tough, so major kudos to The Collection for throwing out the rulebook and doing something defiantly different and, at times, totally bizarre with a threadbare premise es...

The Hitcher Rutger Hauer

Why ‘The Hitcher’ is Still Going Strong After More than 35-Years

1986 was a really good year for horror. It gave us some of the best fun, witty, smartly balanced horror comedies of the decade with Night of the Creeps and Friday the 13th Part VI: Jason Lives. But it...

Friday the 13th Movies - Friday the 13th Part II - Horror sequels better than the original

Horror Sequels That Are Truly Better Than the Original

There is a general consensus that sequels are never as good as the original. And while there are many great sequels out there, it’s still a good rule of thumb. There will always be more bad sequels th...

Seven Minor Characters Scarier Than Their Own Movie

Sometimes it’s not the premise that really sells a horror film. Sometimes there are factors that prevent the movie from being as scary as it should be. But then you might have a character that stands ...

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Seven Eccentric Characters That Stand Out in Otherwise Awful Movies

Let’s be real, there are a lot of bad horror movies out there. Part of that is due to the fact that there are more entries in the horror genre than perhaps any other. That is the case because they can...

The Burbs Nosy Neighbors

Nightmare Next Door: Six Horror Movies About Nosy Neighbors

I don’t know exactly what it is, but there’s a predisposition among people in suburbia and small towns in general to feel the need to watch people. Especially new people. Sure, everyone puts on an inv...

Something in the Dirt is Another Benson-Moorhead Mind-bender [Review]

The arrival of a new Benson-Moorhead joint will always be cause for celebration. The enigmatic, fan-favorite duo, who have made telling wild, borderline impenetrable sci-fi stories their bread and but...

To the Moon is a Moody and Inventive Fever Dream of a Movie [Review]

To the Moon looks and feels like the most indie movie ever; from Jason Martin Castillo’s mysterious score to the lush cinematography by Dan Debrey, which captures the surroundings in a way that makes ...

The Brood

The Brood is Cronenberg’s Most Autobiographical Movie: Here’s Why

David Cronenberg’s The Brood is not only one of his best movies, it’s one of his most personal. It might not seem like it at first. But the film is about a woman who subconsciously creates monsters in...